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's at 9:00 eastern and pacific. >> on tuesday, president obama will address the nation, outlining his afghanistan strategy. we will have coverage of his speech from the u.s. military academy at west point tuesday night at 8:00 eastern live on the c-span networks. >> coming up, political strategists talk about the obama presidency and the 2010 and 2012 elections. and then it is "q & a" with naomi klein. and following that, another chance to see "prime minister's questions" with british prime minister, gordon brown. now a group of political strategists discuss the obama presidency. three republicans and three democrats took part in this discussion. from tulane university in new orleans, this is just over 1:10. >> before i speak, i always like to give everybody a little insight into new orleans and what is going on here. for this particular piece of insighing, i give credit to julia read -- reed, who came up with this quote. she is quoting someone writing about new orleans to friends and family in 1877. he said times are not good here. the city is crumbled in arcs. it it is buried under
ministers questions. >> on tuesday, president obama will address the nation outlining his afghanistan strategy. we will have coverage on tuesday night at 8:00 p.m. eastern live on c-span networks. >> on this boat, the yeas are 60 and the nays are 39. to 3/5 of the united -- of the senators being chosen have voted in the affirmative. the motion is agreed to. >> with that vote, the senate moves its health-care bill to the floor. that is live on our companion network, c-span2. what's tuesday, the u.s. house gutters with suspension build boats at 6:30 p.m.. later in the week, but the work of the permit a state tax bill. -- later in the week, they will work on a permanent the state tax bill. u.s. foreign policy was discussed. we will hear from the publisher, and columbia university business school dean glenn hubbard. this is about 90 minutes. ok, let's get on with the work of the evening. if any of you, i think all of us have, read newspapers. you may be wondering where america -- whether america is in a long-term decline. this is nothing new. n of america's decline does nothing new. go ba
president obama for taking his time and hopefully, in the future, very soon, they can do as mr. hoh suggested, get together at a table and try to bring up peace, because regardless of how people worldwide play feel about the people of afghanistan, they're human beings and they too, everybody needs to get together and talk and try to bring about peace, rather than continue on with the killing and also, i hope that -- democrats as well as republicans and independents would continue to respect president obama and for them to like try to continue to pull together, to make the united states a better place and also pulling out of the war -- >> thank you for your call. let me take the comment and turn it into a instruction for a viewer that says what is the scope of the defense, with regard to afghanistan and what are we defending? >> the state and purpose of our being there, the original purpose for afghanistan was to defeat al qaeda in the wake of september 11th, previously since the 2001 lcd hked has evolved and changed and the president -- the present combat troops won't defeat al qaed
in the age of president obama" and i sit down with some prominent men in the african-american community including actor and author hill harper and harvard professor dr. pousant. catch each interview starting monday during the 4:00 hour and pour more of what matters, check out the november issue of "essence" magazine or logon to cnn.com/whatmatters. >> our thanks, richelle. >>> coming up -- we'll update you on a story of a mom who died trying to win a wii system. it was a radio contest called hold your wee for a nintendo wii. it was an irresponsible contest. that's what a jury is -- basically that was their ruling as they awarded the family over $16 million. we'll talk to jennifer strange's grieving mom coming up. >>> ladonna redmond is on a mission. we met her two years ago right here in one of the toughest neighborhoods in chicago. it's the last place you'd expect to find a garden. but that's exactly what she showed me. what are we growing in here? >> any number of things. those are collard greens on the far aisle. >> reporter: redmond led an effort to start what she calls urban farm s
through the prism of the banks. the obama administration continues to upset -- have upset did -- have accepted this position. it is partly industry capture. i do not want to speak ill of government workers because i have spent at least a half to two-thirds of my career in government. but certainly, you do see it oxidase goal perspective in certain d.c. agencies -- you do say lackadaisical perspective uncertainties agencies and with lawyers -- and with lawyers doing battle with the private sector equivalent. they get out on. -- outgunned. i think is a combination of all of this. >> tomorrow on "washington journal" walter pinkus, a national security reporter explains out the different intelligence agencies within the administration communicate with each other. bruce micklethwait, chair of the territory commission, it discusses the future of the postal service. eric olson from the pew charitable trust talks about a report on food bought -- food borne illness and the impact it has on the u.s. "washington journal" livas 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. ." [no audio
talked to the secretary, talked about copenhagen and the effort the obama administration is going to put forth. what did you hear? >> they're sending five cabinet members, including secretary chu and two senior white house officials over there to make the case that, even without the legislation having been enacted yet, the united states is acting aggressively to reduce emissions across a broad set of fronts. >> what will the secretary's role be at copenhagen? >> he's been eached as selling the message on energy efficiency and renewable energy initiates that the united states is taking. -- ininitiatives. there's $80 billion in the stimulus bill dedicated to renewables. he's going to make the case that even in the absence of legislation, this spending will reduce u.s. emissions. >> and joe hebert, you asked about india and china. what are you -- did you hear? >> i think the administration homes that if they can get india and china to commit to something and if they can show significant progress on that front in copenhagen it will help them come back in the spring and help them pass a bill
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